Most of the smartphone manufacturers are currently focusing on making their own truly wireless earphones. While many are adopting the technology, there is a large user base that still depends on wired earphones for the comfort and ease of use. Realme just launched its Buds Classic in the country priced as low as Rs 399. The Buds Classic looks like a good product but if you want some more options there are many more to check out. Let’s take a look at the best wired earphones you can get under Rs 500 in India right now.
Honor AM115 is a wired and a half in-ear earphone which don’t have earphone tips. You don’t need to keep track of the ear tips that users often lose while traveling or just lose them after keeping them in their pocket. It offers volume control and mic as well. They are currently available for Rs 379. However, the Honor AM115 is only available in white colour and the lack of ear tips may result in falling off the ears more often.
Infinity by JBL offers more punchy bass in their earphones. The entry-level Infinity Zip 20 earphones are good for those who listen to more EDM, Bollywood or Punjabi songs which sound better with more bass. They have an L-shaped connector. Infinity Zip 100 is a similar earphone but it has a tangle-free flat cable to save the customers from untangling the earphones before use almost every time. There are volume controls and mic available on both the earphones. Infinity Zip 20 and Zip 100 are currently available for Rs 359 and Rs 449. Not just black, there are other colour options available too but they cost more.
Philips earphones have been in the Indian market for a long time. The Philips SHE3555BK also offers punchy bass, something that is heavily focused on in this price range. They come with two rubber tips. It has a mic as well but no volume controls. The earphone is available for Rs 485. Other colour options cost more but the white one is available for Rs 499.
Like the name suggests Boat BassHeads focus mainly on bass with a 10mm driver. It comes with a braided tangle-free cable. It has a microphone as well but no volume controls. The connector on the earphone is L-shaped. It is available in blue and red colour options as well. It is available for Rs 399.
Realme recently launched Realme Buds Classic entry-level wired earphones. The Buds Classic comes with a 14.2mm audio driver. It has a mic that lets you control music playback but not volume controls. Despite the half in-ear design, Realme claims that it sits well in the ear canal. It will be available for Rs 399.